Last nights NHL scores turned out just as I’d expected them to have. The bet of the night turned out beautifully with a dominant effort from the underdog.
Not all NHL scores are going to go our way when it comes to gambling. But when they do, oh baby does it feel great. If you want to read about yesterday’s bet of the night you can find it here.
Yesterday’s Bet of The Night was the St. Louis Blues to do the business against the heavily favored Washington Capitals. At +175 for the Blues to win, it didn’t look great.
Afterall, the Capitals had Backstrom, Oshie, Burakovsky, and Holtby on the ice. For the Blues, their veteran presence was singled onto Robby Fabbri and Justin Schmaltz.
STL (+175) 4 @ 0 WSH (-215)
NAS (+165) 1 @ 3 TBL (-190)
NYR (+110) 1 @ 2 NYI (-130)
PIT (+115) 4 @ 3 CBJ (-140)
BUF (+165) 0 @ 3 TOR (-205)
Bet of the Night: Sept. 23
The NHL is getting back into the swing of things as the full season gets underway in just a few weeks time. Tonight there are a total of 11 games on the docket. At the time of writing the game between the Kings and Canucks in the Orient has completed with a 4-3 win for the Kings in OT.
We take all our odds from Bodog.
COL (+155) @ MIN (-190)
BOS (+125) @ DET (-145)
CAR (+140) @ WSH (-170)
MTL (+105) @ OTT (-130)
NYR (-150) @ NJD (+130)
TOR (EVEN) @ BUF (-120)
DAL (+120) @ STL (-140)
CBJ (+135) @ CHI (-165)
SJS (-135) @ ARI (+110)
WPG (+160) @ EDM (-190)
I have to bet against Washington once again. Unlike last night they won’t have a number of their vets playing. Unlike the Hurricanes who have said they’ll ice a vet heavy lineup. Upfront the Canes will have Sebastian Aho, Jordan Staal, Elias Lindholm, Jeff Skinner and Derek Ryan.
I’m putting my money against the Capitals again tonight. And so should you.